Stop At: Ancient Roman Theatre - Milos, Tripiti, Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean
- Our tour starts from the ancient theatre of Milos, located on the east side of the narrow entrance of the gulf of Milos, among the modern villages of Tripiti and Klima, looking down to the largest natural port of the Mediterranean. Later, we will pass by the area where the statue "Venus of Milos" was discovered and now graces the museum of Louvre in Paris France.
Stop At: Catacombs of Milos, Tripiti, Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean
- We visit the catacombs of Milos, the second most remarkable Prechristianic monument worldwide, following those of Rome, because of which Milos was proclaimed a Holy Island in 2014 making it a World Pilgrimage Centre and enforcing the image of our country as a focus of global, spiritual radiance.
Stop At: Klima Beach
- Right after, we meet the traditional village of Klima with the colorful “Syrmata” beside the light green of the sea.
Stop At: Plaka Castle (Venetian Castle of Milos)
- We then visit the Folklore and Archaeological Museum in the capital of the island Plaka, to learn about the history and the traditional life of the island, as well as a walk around the narrow streets of the village with numerous little shops, ending at Marmara, the yard of the church of Panagia Korfiatissa, enjoying the majestic view from the most amazing spot for taking photos on the island.
Stop At: Mandrakia beach
- We continue with a short visit in Mandrakia, a scenic fisherman’s village with 2 little docks that host Milos typical “Syrmata”, colorful – underground buildings – spaces where fishermen kept their boats.
Stop At: Sarakiniko Beach, Milos, Cyclades, South Aegean
- A stop for swimming at the famous Sarakiniko, the white volcanic rocks sculpted by the time.
Stop At: Pollonia Beach (north - no boats)
- Then on the north side of the island, we meet the archaeological site of the prehistoric city of Fylakopi, which is the most important city of the prehistoric Aegean Sea, where there are signs of people living there from the early days of the Bronze Age (around 3.000 B.C.). A short visit at the unique production unit of local, traditional dairy products, which will amaze you letting your senses free to taste. We then relax and enjoy a traditional lunch in Pollonia, the most well-known tourist destination of the island, which attracts tourist boats and connects Milos with Kimolos. Our tour ends with an amazing visit to the Vineyard and WINERY of the island, discovering all the stages of wine production as well as the promise of the oenologist for a trip of tasting the selected wines of Milos.